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Hi,

When configuring ClusterXL, do I need to have an IP pool of 3 IPs from the ISP for the external port configuration? 

1 for WAn of gateway 1 

1 for WAn of gateway 2

1 for VIP.

If my ISP has only given me one IPthen how will I configure IP of external interfaces + VIP?

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Here is how you can configure one public IP address on cluster of usual appliances (not SMB):

Configuring Cluster Addresses on Different Subnets

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Platinum
unless you'll be using proxy-arp or VMAC setup on ClusterXL for public facing "IP sharing" ...
Jerry
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Sapphire
Do you really have a SMB appliance cluster ? Afaik, locally managed SMB clusters can have a VMAC configured in Advanced Settings, so you can use the one IP for it and have local addresses for the cluster nodes.
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Hi,

We have a 5100 device.

 

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Sapphire
Just asked that because you posted the question in the SMB Appliances and SMP corner...
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Admin
Admin
Well then let me move it to the right place 🙂
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Here is how you can configure one public IP address on cluster of usual appliances (not SMB):

Configuring Cluster Addresses on Different Subnets

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Admin
Admin

In the case of only one public IP address, refer to Configuring Cluster Addresses on Different Subnets.

You configure the cluster IP as the public IP and use private IPs for the gateway IPs.

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That same SK says:

"scopelocal" is not supported on Gaia Embedded. Hence, this feature is not supported for SMB.

Is it no longer valid ?
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Do we know if this limitation has gone away with the new release of R80.20.10 for SMB appliances (embedded gaia). Can we do scopelocal on smb devices now?

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